MILWAUKEE -- Milwaukee woke up on Sunday morning, May 31 to the end of a night of curfew. There were a few break-ins in the city, protesters shouting at police, and gunshots into the air.
Despite that curfew, people still went out. People broke the curfew and risked arrest -- and a fine of $691.
Around 1 a.m. Sunday, police guarded Milwaukee firefighters as they responded to a house fire near 34th and Clarke. The battalion chief said everyone was safe inside.
Neighboring cities also ordered curfews. In Glendale, police blocked the roads around Bayshore -- and it remained calm.
Earlier Saturday, peaceful protesters marched for hours from Milwaukee's lakefront and into Wauwatosa. They are condemning the deaths of George Floyd in Minneapolis -- and Joel Acevedo in Milwaukee. Prosecutors charged police officers in the deaths of both men.
More protests are scheduled for Sunday.